Well, I must confess I’m not a big fan of meeting people this way. Although I do agree it is a great way for other people to meet people its just not for me. I have tried it in the past and I have met people from it but I’m not a fan at all. Here’s why:
For the past couple of years I have always wanted to start a blog but have had no idea what I wanted to write about. When I first decided to blog I thought I was just going to keep myself somewhat anonymous (hence my profile picture in the about me section). As time has gone on I have begun to let my guard down a little more
to share with you.
Just as they say you should choose your friends wisely, I think you should also choose your mentors wisely. When I look for someone to mentor me for a specific purpose I consider the following things:
In the past I just assumed that having kids was just the thing you were supposed to do after you got married. As I have gotten older and seen how the world and the people in it are constantly changing, I’m beginning to see that having kids and getting married may not be as common as we think anymore.
When you share your life with someone you learn new ways of doing things like cooking dinner, cleaning and paying the bills. When you break up, it’s only natural for things to change. But you may find they change for the better and you learn how to be a happier person.
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The sermon that I listened to this week talked about how the people in your life shape the direction that your life goes in whether that be good or bad. Think back to some of the difficult times in your life and who you were hanging out with during that time. Can you link them together? I know I can.
I had a conversation a few days ago with a few women, who grew up in a different generation, about dating and we just couldn’t seem to agree anything! They could not see my point of view and I couldn’t see their point of view. So what has changed?
When looking to gain something through networking, the question on whether or not you should depend on your friends can be tough to determine. Of course networking is all about who you know but you should be careful to not abuse your relationships with people close to you.
It’s that time of year again when people start making their new years resolutions! This year, one of my resolutions is to become more frugal.